LA Chargers: Travis Benjamin WR
In case you don’t know Benjamin, he is a smaller receiver who is known being a faster WR who can make splash plays. That is something that the Titans missed last year.
While guys like Taywan Taylor and Corey Davis may end up filling this need, Benjamin is someone that has gone out and done it before.
As a stretch the field option, he could be a guy that give A.J. Bouye fits like Brandin Cooks did to him in the AFC Championship game (the one the Jaguars lost, yall remember).
Why would he be available?
It really is a numbers game. With Keenan Allen and Tyrell Williams already having defined roles and with Mike Williams supposedly going to play this year, is Benjamin really an important piece?
LA Sports Hub posted this earlier in the year on Benjamin being a potential trade chip:
"There is one receiver that seems to be on the outside looking in heading into next season: Travis Benjamin. Benjamin is still a great, reliable receiver for Rivers that gives yet another outlet to pass to on third and long situations. Benjamin was key at coming up with big first down conversions last year and also hauled in four touchdowns last season."
That is exactly what I was thinking when I put his name down as a target.
What would he bring to the Titans?
Much like Sanders, Benjamin is an older (though a year younger than Sanders) receiver that makes a lot of sense as someone to challenge for that slot receiver job.
While Benjamin has never had the peak that Sanders has, he might be slightly more dynamic. He also is a much cheaper option and someone that realistically makes sense as a guy who is with Tennessee for three or four years.